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ECS Launches the G43T-M3 Value Motherboard

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  1. malware New Member

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    Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS), the world’s leading motherboard, graphics card, barebone system and notebook manufacturer, today proudly present the latest G43T-M3 motherboard as the most valuable high definition video solution, delivering the best HD experience for digital home entertainment. Supporting H.264/VC-1/MPEG-2 HD content decoding, ECS G43T-M3 enables the HD video playback with its remarkable hardware-level decoding capability. Targeting at the mainstream segment, the G43T-M3 motherboard is a perfect match for users looking for a solution of digital home entertainment without high price tag.

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    Leveraging the power of Intel G43 Express chipset, featuring the next-generation Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500 (Intel GMA X4500) which includes built-in support for HD video decoding without the need for any add-on graphics cards, ECS G43T-M3 realizes the possibility of building a media center for digital home entertainment with smooth HD video playback. In addition, the G43T-M3 motherboard delivers optimized 3D graphics performance and support for Microsoft DirectX 10, Shader Model 4.0 and OpenGL 2.0 which brings marvelous performance and compatibility for the most popular game titles. To fulfill the requirement of future upgrade, a PCI Express 2.0 expansion slot is incorporated as well. Pared with Intel I/O Controller Hub 10 (ICH10), ECS G43T-M3 also supports up to 12 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 ports and 6 Serial ATA Ports (3.0Gb/s).

    To meet user expectations, ECS G43T-M3 features advanced ECS Ultra I/O Rear Panel supporting up to 8 USB 2.0 ports for providing great convenience in connecting peripherals. Moreover, the layout of 6 Serial ATA ports is designed with the concept of “easy installation” that none of any Serial SATA port will be sacrificed even when a huge graphics card is accommodated. The form factor of the G43T-M3 motherboard is slightly smaller than usual microATX motherboards that perfectly fits those pretty chassis designed for digital home entertainment.

    It is undeniable that building up a media center for digital home entertainment has become a very popular multimedia application. ECS G43T-M3 is designed with the destiny to meet the market demand. For more information about this exciting new motherboard, ECS G43T-M3, contact your local ECS sales agent today.

    Source: ECS
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    h3llb3nd4 New Member

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    Ecs,... No!
  3. KBD New Member

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    Their value boards suck. And i'm not even sure why they are launching socket 775 boards at this point in time. There are plenty G43 boards out there to pick from.
  4. qubit

    qubit Overclocked quantum bit

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    Press release?

    Is this an ECS press release? It reads like one.

    Dis bit is da dead giveaway, hehe: :laugh:

    For more information about this exciting new motherboard, ECS G43T-M3, contact your local ECS sales agent today.
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    Strange positioning of the 4 pin motherboard plug I find.
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    Er, 775 is kinda dead.
  7. kyle2020 Guest

    since when? :laugh:
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    Since i5 and i7. Intel doesn't make 775 stuff anymore.
  9. kyle2020 Guest

    i7 is a waste of money just yet, an i5 isnt even out yet, so how is it dead? Id estimate that 80% of this forum alone are running 775 rigs?
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    rick22 New Member

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    LOL....another cheap motherboard..yay i'll be first in line.....................................NOT:eek:
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    not for value systems it's not, and this is a value board.
  12. ktr

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    lol, and it still has a serial port.

    me--->:slap:<---ecs

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